Narcissus poeticus var. Recurvus (Old pheasant’s eye) - Stinzenplant

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Narcissus poeticus var. Recurvus, or Old pheasant's eye, is one of the last Daffodils to flower; the gorgeously scented flowers open in April. Old pheasant’s eye prefers a moisture-retaining soil (a loamy, clayey or humus-rich soil), that is also nutrient-rich. This Daffodil needs a sunny aspect.

Narcissus poeticus var. Recurvus is native to the mountain meadows of southern Europe.
Flowers: May
Colour: white with yellow/orange heart
Height: 40 cm
Aspect: full sun to partial shade
Soil type: moist, prefers loam/clay (improve sandy soils)
Planting period: autumn
Planting depth: three times the diameter of the bulb
Type: bulb for naturalising, perennial flowering
Origin: southern Europe (Alps)
Bulb size: largest bulb size available
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